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Orange County opens new tourism-film office welcoming center

GOSHEN – The Orange County Tourism Office has been converted into a welcome center for both tourism and the county film office and officials...

Police investigate possible attempted abduction of elementary school girl

TOWN OF POUGHKEEPSIE – A man reportedly using a school bus with the markings covered up attempted to abduct a Titusville Elementary School student...

Poughkeepsie police seek assistance in identifying robbery suspect

POUGHKEEPSIE – City Police in Poughkeepsie are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect in a strongarm robbery on June 6. The victim told...

Senator wants reforms in privatized military housing

WEST POINT – Following the results of a series of inspections conducted on privatized housing for military families at West Point, U.S. Senator Charles...

Schumer calls for careful plan and strategy again Iran

WEST POINT – U.S. Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY) commented on the state of U.S.-Iranian tensions, following the attack on two Japanese tankers last Thursday....

Surprise appearance at Amy’s Kitchen groundbreaking

TOWN OF GOSHEN - The groundbreaking ceremony for the Amy's Kitchen food production facility in the Town of Goshen had a special unannounced guest. Just...

Woodbury VLT deal set

ALBANY – Legislation to establish a video lottery terminal facility in Orange County has been approved in Albany. The VLT license, held by Empire Resorts,...

Retired NFA teacher says he has proof student grade rigging is continuing

NEWBURGH – Two months after an Orange County grand jury report found widespread student grade fixing at the Newburgh Enlarged City School District’s high...

“Skip the Straw” law signed for Ulster County

  KINGSTON – Ulster County Executive Patrick Ryan signed his second bill this week, Local Law #20 of 2019, called “Skip the Straw,” which will...

Sullivan County continues to top regional job growth

ALBANY – Private sector jobs in the Hudson Valley/Catskills continued their growth in the 12 months ended in May, the state labor department reported...

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